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Between Lions and Lambs

N. T. McQueen

No other evangelist has as much influence as Ezekiel Clemens. However, even men of God have their demons. At his side is Gerald, a friend and accomplice in hiding Ezekiel's sinful secrets despite his convictions. On the day of one of their televised meetings, faces from their previous lives return and send the two on a journey into the heart of the things they fear the most and what they truly believe.

With insight and empathy, N.T. McQueen's provocative novel examines the nature of hypocrisy, the power of redemption, and the faithfulness of grace until its shocking conclusion.

Book Details

  • Publisher: N.T. McQueen
  • Publish Date: Feb 11st, 2011
  • Pages: 324
  • Language: English
  • Edition: - 0002
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.81in - 0.64lb
  • EAN: 9780983054900
  • Categories: LiteraryPsychologicalReligious - General

About the Author

McQueen, N. T.: - N.T. McQueen is a writer and professor in Kona, Hawai'i. He earned his MA in Fiction from CSU-Sacramento and his writing has been featured in issues of the North American Review, Fiction Southeast, Entropy, Sunlight Press, Spillwords, Camas: Nature of the West, Stereo Stories, and others. He has done humanitarian work in Cambodia, Haiti and Mexico and teaches writing at Hawai'i Community College.
Praise for this book

"An insightful and provocative read for those who ve watched the rise and fall of real-life televangelists such as Jim Bakker, McQueen s novel gets emotional traction by making Clemens a sometimes sympathetic character. Readers explore the forces that shaped him as they travel back in time to relive his troubled childhood with his own preacher father and the early years of his faith-healing ministry." --Buffalo Daily News